Island Girl flew south on Wednesday, changing her course slightly and heading towards Lake Superior once again. She has done this several times in the past.
She covered 271 km (168 miles) for the day while steadily heading towards the US border. Likely reaching that today as I write this.
She is now back to both forest and human activity. The area where she roosted shows evidence of both logging and mining. In fact, she slept adjacent to one of many dirt roads in this area near Tocheri Lake.
She is surrounded by roads now including major Canadian highways 11 to the north and 101 to her south. She was also about 37 km (22 miles) west of the town of Hornepayne and connecting north-south highway 631.